Difference Between The English Civil War And The Glorious Revolution

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The English Bill of Rights was written in 1689 after both the English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution. The English Civil War was caused by tension between King Charles I and Parliament over power and money. The war started after people in Parliament opposed the idea of Charles I being trusted with an army. So Charles I and Parliament both raised armies and in the end Parliament won. This probably influenced the English Bill of Rights in parts like where it says that in order for there to be a standing army in times of peace Parliament has to allow it not the King. The Glorious Revolution was the replacing of King James II with William III and Mary of Orange because of James II dissolved Parliament and made many religious changes including
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